CPSI launches EHR financing model for hospitals, SNFs

Brooke Murphy - Print  | 

CPSI has introduced a new program to help providers improve revenue cycle functions and use the financial savings toward an EHR migration.

Community hospitals and skilled nursing facilities that participate in nTrust will have their RCM needs outsourced to TruBridge business services. Savings generated through revenue cycle optimization are then allocated and put toward the purchase of either Evident or American HealthTech's EHR system.

"There are many providers who are unhappy with their EHR, but they don't have the financial capability to make a switch," said CPSI President and CEO Boyd Douglas. "With nTrust, we help providers in acute and post-acute settings improve business operations via our TruBridge management services, while at the same time funding the purchase of their EHR wit no advance payment required."

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